KL Rahul Relaxes With Hardik Panyda, Mayank Agarwal As Quarantine Ends | Cricket News

KL Rahul Relaxes With Hardik Panyda, Mayank Agarwal As Quarantine Ends | Cricket News

November 26, 2020 Off By admin


KL Rahul shared an Instagram story with Hardik Pandya and Mayank Agarwal.© Instagram




Ahead of India’s series-opener towards Australia, wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul spent a while enjoyable with shut associates and teammates Hardik Pandya and Mayank Agarwal, in addition to Mayank’s spouse Aashita Sood in Sydney. Rahul shared an Instagram story the place the 4 will be seen sitting at a picturesque open-air restaurant of cafe. The Indian Cricket Team was in quarantine to this point, after having landed from the United Arab Emirates after the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. The three India cricketers will likely be again in motion on Friday, when Australia and India play the primary of three One-day Internationals (ODIs).

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KL Rahul’s Instagram story with Hardik Pandya, Mayank Agarwal and Aashita Sood.

KL Rahul has been handed the vice-captain’s function for the limited-overs leg of India’s two-month tour Down Under. Regular vice-captain Rohit Sharma was dominated out of the ODI and T20 International (T20I) collection with a hamstring harm.

Rahul has established himself within the Indian crew within the shorter codecs, and in addition took up the wicketkeeping gloves earlier this 12 months when Rishabh Pant sustained an harm within the ODI collection at house towards Australia.

India will play Australia in two ODIs in Sydney, earlier than going to Canberra for the third and closing 50-over match.

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The two groups will then face off in three T20Is earlier than the four-match Test collection beginning on December 17.

The Indian contingent arrived in Sydney days after the conclusion of IPL 2020 and have been quarantining since.

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